You’re Pre-Approved To Join The Congress of Future Medical Leaders
March 26 & 27, 2022
Plus, when you secure your admission, you'll also get to attend the next TWO Congresses and June 24 and 25, 2022 and November 4 and 5, 2022 at no additional cost.
Your future in Medicine Starts here...
Based on the information you provided during the application process, we believe you qualify to join the ranks of America’s best and brightest future medical leaders.
Participants in this elite virtual gathering will include:
- Winners of the Nobel Prize, the most prestigious award in the world...
- Award-winning young inventors and scientists...
- Prominent medical school deans...
- Leaders in medicine...
- Medical futurists and innovators…
- And YOU!
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity — to be part of a unique two-day event filled with awe-inspiring motivation, excitement, friendship, and education…
...all while making important growing your network, accruing college credit, and paving the way for a successful career in medicine.
Here’s How You Stand To Benefit From Attending
You will make friendships with those who share your dreams and passion — other young people like you who want to truly make a difference and devote their futures to saving lives
You’ll earn a personal letter of recommendation from a Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology or Medicine — an invaluable asset to have as you set your sights on prestigious universities and stride into your future as a Medical Leader.
This event could very well be the pivotal experience that sets you apart from the thousands of other aspiring students of medicine, and puts you on the path of Leadership and Renown.
All you have to do to secure your spot at the Congress - and grab hold of this potentially life-changing opportunity - is click the button below, and complete the enrollment process by selecting your tuition option.
Pictured above: Congress of Future Medical Leaders Award of Excellence
Your child will also earn college credit.
The Award is used by students as part of their resume in seeking selective college admissions, scholarships, internships, and lab assignments.
More important still may be the contacts your child makes, as well as the learning, inspiration, and motivation which can give a whole additional aspect to a college essay or interview, and even impact future academic as well as even career performance and success.
Your child will also be qualified to earn college credit for the Congress, and thus demonstrate to universities and other programs and institutions that they have already completed college-level work even though still in high school.
During the current health crisis, when many opportunities for earned recognition and distinction are unavailable – and standardized tests have been canceled or delayed – your child simply MUST find new and creative ways to stand out from the other high achievers they are competing with.
Choose the plan that's best for you
Tuition includes online instruction, speakers, education personnel, the Award of Excellence, and all online activities during the Congress.
First payment of $325, then two monthly payments of $325.
Pay in full today to receive the best possible rate!
Frequently Asked Questions
How was my child selected to attend?
Students are selected to become Delegates by their teachers, counselors and principals based on their dedication to entering the medical field, leadership potential and outstanding grades. Qualified students may also be identified through honor societies, medical institutions, medical societies, program alumni, in-classroom surveys, and as a result of their participation with College Board's Student Search Service®.
Will Attending the Congress Help a Student Gain Admission to a Competitive College and Medical School?
The education, motivation and recognition at the Congress can inspire students to take the personal actions necessary to become much stronger candidates for competitive college and medical school admissions. Attendance at the Congress can also enrich a student’s academic profile by adding to their showcase of extracurricular experience and achievement needed when applying to colleges and universities.
Why are students required to provide proof of GPA?
The Congress of Future Medical Leaders is an academic honors program and only students with a GPA of 3.5 or above (either current or cumulative) are allowed to attend. Sample forms and further instructions will be provided after acceptance.